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Breakfast seminars and workshops

CORE breakfast seminars and workshops provide a bite sized piece of professional learning to kick start your day.

Pushing The Boundaries of Educational Possibility

Coming breakfast seminars and workshops

Christchurch
Seminar and workshop
4 November 2014

This seminar will explore ways that will enable schools to create environments that empower Māori students to be who and what they are. In the workshop Janelle will share examples of successful strategies being used to engage with whānau and local communities and discuss a model for facilitating a whānau hui in your school.

Dunedin
Seminar and workshop
5 November 2014

This session will explore how we can design inquiry-based professional learning, weaving in digital technologies, to create increasingly inclusive and personalised learning opportunities for staff. Karen will ground this session in what we know ‘works’ in terms of teacher professional learning and illustrate how digital technologies provide opportunities to create rich avenues for learning.

Hamilton
Seminar and workshop
6 November 2014

This seminar will explore the drivers behind the move towards modern learning environments, provide examples of innovative learning environments, and consider the research into powerful learning that informs design. Mark will demonstrate how teachers can begin using these ideas immediately.

Auckland
Seminar
7 November 2014

In this breakfast seminar Derek will explore some of the practical ways in which we can ensure our curriculum has a future focus, emphasising how we can support learners to recognise that they have a stake in the future, and a role and responsibility as citizens to take action to help shape that future.

Wellington
Seminar and workshop
7 November 2014

In this seminar, designed using the principles of UDL, we will examine how UDL can also support the development of a more inclusive learning and working culture for the adults in a school. We will look closely at how UDL can help us increase professional confidence and capacity, create a more inclusive environment that welcomes diverse ideas and ways of learning and working, and makes the most effective and sustainable use of our digital technologies.


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Organiser: Luana Walker
Co-ordinator: Becky Hare

CORE Education
PO Box: 13 678
Phone: (03) 379 6627